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Publisher's Summary

Think and Grow Rich is a 1937 personal development and self-help book by Napoleon Hill. The book was inspired by a suggestion from Scottish-American business magnate and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie. While its title implies that the book deals with how to attain monetary wealth, the author explains that the philosophy taught in the book can be used to help people succeed in all lines of work and to do or be almost anything they want.

The book was first published during the Great Depression. At the time of Hill's death in 1970, Think and Grow Rich had sold more than 20 million copies, and by 2011, over 70 million copies had been sold worldwide. It remains the biggest seller of Napoleon Hill's books. Business Week magazine's Best Seller List ranked it the sixth best-selling paperback business book 70 years after it was published. Think and Grow Rich is listed in John C. Maxwell's A Lifetime "Must Read" Books List.

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Great book

Great insights simply explained in powerful and profound presentation. I recommend it to everyone. enjoy

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Ahead of its time, but now quite outdated

50 years ago this book was the Bible for success, now although still very much worth listening to, it could use a revision.

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New bible

I now know why this book is so many people’s bible! It’s definitely my new bible!!

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The book is simply awesome

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

I would definitely recommend the book to friends who are confused about being success in life.

Which scene was your favorite?

Think and grow rich. The title itself means a lot.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

The title. :)

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Too fast

Wow! Jason McCoy speaks too fast. I listen to the book when I am driving and sometimes I am distracted momentarily. I find it too hard to catch up if I miss something. I have listened to other books while driving and have had no problems with picking up the context. This narration was disappointing.

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Fantastic read

It very well thought out principled book. Interesting to know many eternal principles are intrinsically woven into the fabric of the mind. How often we like to believe that our lack of success that we experience has to be associated with everyone but ourselves. When in reality it's all in your mind. Excellent book.

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  • 01-22-18

Amazing book. Life changing content

Really enjoyed it. Found it difficult to get into it initially but once persevered I couldn't stop.

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  • Richard Maxwell
  • 12-21-17

too much detail

struggled to finish as it's too wordy and repeats itself throughout. also not much practical advice, more theory.